|1.||James Casebere, Spanish Bath (Vertical), 2003 2005.108|
|2.||Collier Schorr, Herbert: Weekend Leave (A Conscript Rated T1), Kirschbaum, 2001 2002.105|
|3.||Susan Meiselas, Liberty Plaza, New York, September 11, 2001, 2001 2002.96|
|4.||Doug Aitken, Untitled (Shopping Cart), 2000 2006.134|
|5.||Shirin Neshat, Unveiling, 1993 2000.267|
|6.||Emmet Gowin, Aeration Pond, Toxic Water Treatment Facility, Pine Bluff, Arkansas, 1989 (printed 1992) 99.5.3|
|7.||Tina Barney, The Landscape, 1988 93.11|
|8.||Richard Misrach, Bomb Crater and Destroyed Convoy, Bravo 20 Bombing Range, Nevada, 1986 93.72|
|9.||Richard Avedon, Bill Curry, drifter, Interstate 40, Yukon, Oklahoma, 6/16/80, 1980 98.24|
|10.||Richard Estes, Ansonia, 1977 77.33|
|11.||Charles Ray, Man in Tree, 1978 93.74|
|12.||William Wegman, Crow, 1970 92.15|
|13.||Larry Clark, Untitled, 1968 92.111.2|
|14.||William Klein, Selwyn, 42nd Street, New York, 1955 96.64|
|15.||Saul Leiter, The Village, 1947 97.98.5|
|16.||Weegee (Arthur Fellig), This man covered up with newspapers was killed in an auto accident. The driver of the car was arrested, but he put up such a terrific battle. . . cops had to put handcuffs on him., 1942 96.90.17|
|17.||Berenice Abbott, Untitled (Foyer of the Whitney Museum of American Art on 8th Street, NYC), 1938 99.4|
|18.||Alfred Stieglitz, The City of Ambition, 1910 (printed 1911) 2007.49|
|19.||, To a New Life, c. 1937–1938 2001.12.12|
|20.||Charles Sheeler, Office Interior, Whitney Studio Club, 10 West 8 Street, c. 1928 93.24.1|
|21.||Alfred Stieglitz, The Steerage, 1907 77.106|
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